Apostolic visitation of Regnum Christi to begin in January
Catholic World News - November 12, 2010
Archbishop Ricardo Blázquez of Valladolid, the apostolic visitator for the consecrated members of the Regnum Christi movement, has announced that his apostolic visitation will take place from January to June. The Spanish archbishop will visit Regnum Christi centers in the United States, Venezuela, Italy, France, Germany, Mexico, Spain, Chile, and Brazil.
“I will visit your centers, where I will be available to listen to what you have to say and receive whatever you want to write me,” the archbishop said in his November 9 letter. “Anyone who so desires will also have the opportunity to speak to me personally in the most convenient place. I am here for you. All of you may personally speak to or send your letters to the Apostolic Visitator,” he added, providing his mailing address at the letter’s conclusion.
“I invite you to live these months as a providential time God has given you,” he continued. “It should be a period characterized especially by Christian hope, which involves prayer, reflection, penance and conversion, patience, work to reread-- personally or in community-- the Church documents on consecrated life.”
Archbishop Blázquez’s apostolic visitation is being conducted under the authority of Cardinal-designate Velasio de Paolis, the pontifical delegate of the Legionaries of Christ.
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